Indiana Man Selling "Racist Soaps" Doesn't Have Time For "You Politically Correct People"

An Indiana shopkeeper stands accused of selling racist soaps. Gary DeWester, the merchant, says they're "nostalgic" and representative of "American history." He keeps them in his "joke drawer."

The mall in which the soaps are sold is co-owned by a state senator.

He doesn't approve of their message. [Fox 59]